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Publication Date: 2009
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Shauna Niequist is the author of Bread & Wine, Cold Tangerines and Bittersweet. Shauna grew up in Barrington, Illinois, and then studied English and French literature at Westmont College in Santa Barbara. As an author and blogger, Shauna writes about the beautiful and broken moments of everyday life---friendship, family, faith, food, marriage, love, babies, books, celebration, heartache, and all the other things that shape us, delight us, and reveal to us the heart of God. Shauna is married to Aaron, who is a pianist and songwriter. Aaron is a worship leader at Willow Creek and is recording a project called A New Liturgy. Aaron and Shauna live outside Chicago with their sons, Henry and Mac.
KristenAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Water On A Thirsty SoulNovember 19, 2012KristenAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Meets Expectations: 5I can't say enough good things about Cold Tangerines. It's refreshing, honest, and for me was like pouring water on a thirsty soul. Shauna's writing is real and engaging and reading this book feels more like sitting down for coffee with a friend than it does being preached at by an expert. Highly recommended!
Donna5 Stars Out Of 5January 14, 2010DonnaThis was a very enjoyable book, I loved the authenticity of Shauna. It was such a comfort for her to share what seems to lurk inside of me. It felt good to see that I am not alone in some of the feelings I don't want to admit I have. Her chapters where great, with each chapter being a story in and of itself. I truly loved the book, and can't wait for more to come. Thank you for redirecting me to enjoy my day to day life fuller.
Deann Hawkins5 Stars Out Of 5February 28, 2008Deann HawkinsI have so enjoyed reading this book!What a wonderful collection of essays about life lessons. I love how you can read a little or a lot, depending on your own schedule, because the chapters are so short and tell a complete story in and of themselves.This author is very real and honest; she openly admits what so many of us are thinking. This book has helped me to be more aware of the infinite blessings that are all around me.